Optocoupler provided isolation between circuits that need to have interaction in between. To make a good circuit design, we have to know all about the main parameters of an optocoupler and understand the specification.
Silicon Carbide (SiC) is characterized by a polymorphism structure in which there are 250 different crystal forms. Initially, when Edward Goodrich Acheson patented the method of making silicon carbide in powder form in 1893, it was used for abrasive applications. With the advancement of material technology, silicon carbide has been developed in different forms
An optocoupler, also known as an optoisolator or photocoupler, is an electronic device made up of an LED emitter combined with a photodetector, separated from each other in proximity.
There are many types of photodetectors, most of which are variations on a photodiode or phototransistor.
Resistor engineers designed to mitigate these losses must use current sensor resistors with low resistive values. This is the greatest complexity of this method, choosing the better resistor to obtain a balance between precision, energy loss, and costs in the current sensor
One of the biggest cons of COTS is the plastic package. Plastic can cause outgassing, coating nearby components in chemicals that cause corrosion. Besides, the non-hermetic sealing can also allow humidity into packages, ultimately leading to corrosion of the semiconductor inside.